Kendell Airlines

  • Kendell Airlines was a regional airline based in Australia. It operated under various names such as Kendell Airlines, Impulse Airlines, and Regional Express (Rex).
  • Kendell Airlines was founded in 1967 and operated regional flights primarily in New South Wales, Queensland, and Victoria. It had its main hub at Sydney Airport. The airline provided services to both major cities and smaller regional towns.
  • In 1995, Kendell Airlines was acquired by the Impulse Airlines group and rebranded as Impulse Airlines. In 2001, Impulse Airlines was acquired by Qantas Airways, and the operations were integrated into Qantas' regional subsidiary, QantasLink.
  • In 2002, Regional Express (Rex) was established as a new regional airline in Australia. It was initially a subsidiary of the Regional Express Holdings, which owned Kendell Airlines. Regional Express took over the operations of Kendell Airlines and became the primary regional airline in Australia.
  • Regional Express (Rex) continues to operate domestic flights within Australia, serving regional destinations across New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, Victoria, and Tasmania. The airline operates a fleet of Saab 340 aircraft and provides essential air services to rural and remote communities.
  • Note: The information provided above is based on the available sources and may not reflect the current status or operations of the airline.
Kendell Airlines